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The Australian Olympic team was observed staggering out of a pub on the Strand in the early hours of Friday, 27th of July 2012 and not a whisker of them has been seen of any of them since.

 

a number of people in Australia and elsewhere are getting worried about them. Although some of them have disappeared before, it's never been as many as this and never all at the same time.

 

on a side note, police have now stopped looking for a world class Australian tennis player or golfer as it is believed it was just a hoax phone call, and that no such thing exists.

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JamesMusslewhite

Perhaps they are all merely on a walk-about, looking for their long lost relatives who were not tossed out of the UK years ago for being criminals??? :biggrin_01:

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The Australian Olympic team was observed staggering out of a pub on the Strand in the early hours of Friday, 27th of July 2012 and not a whisker of them has been seen of any of them since.

 

a number of people in Australia and elsewhere are getting worried about them. Although some of them have disappeared before, it's never been as many as this and never all at the same time.

 

on a side note, police have now stopped looking for a world class Australian tennis player or golfer as it is believed it was just a hoax phone call, and that no such thing exists.

 

I know you are having a joke but the real story is all the sports coaches who have gone missing from Australia and have been found in different countries coaching their athletes like the Chinese swimmers and the British cyclists.

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have been found in different countries coaching their athletes like the Chinese swimmers

 

Sme of the chinese swimmers are actually being coached in Australia by Australian coaches, just to add insult to injury :)

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broden

not that big a deal.. tons of athletes from all over train live and work and/or go to school in the states

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Yorkshire moves ahead of Australia and Japan on Olympics medals table

 

 

The UK Brownlee brothers' double medal win in the triathlon has helped boost their home county of Yorkshire's Olympic credentials. Today Alistair Brownlee's gold medal-winning performance in the triathlon, combined with his younger brother Jonny's bronze in the same race, helped take the UK's largest county to tenth in the medal rankings. Competitors from the county have now won five golds, two silvers and three bronzes.

 

Yorkshire athletes have been hailed as ''brilliant'' after proud Yorkshire folk pointed out their performances meant the county would rank ahead of countries including Japan and Australia in the medal table.

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lazydays

They will turn up later seeking Asylum in the UK. :lol:

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SkyMan

They will turn up later seeking Asylum in the UK. :lol:

Hahahahaha, joke's on them. The UK's asylum IS Australia.
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